Not long ago, I read Controversy Creates Cash
, by Eric Bischoff. He's a former pro-wrestling executive. Or maybe he's a current one--I don't really follow the business. But I think it's kinda fascinating, and this is probably the fifth or sixth book about pro wrestling that I've read. More than any of the others, it reads like a business memoir. The business memoir is a little bit more interesting than the athlete/entertainer memoir, a style that most pro-wrestling books hew to pretty closely. But it's not as interesting as a muckraking expose, which is what I'm really looking for, or a sleazy tell-all, which would be the next best thing.